Developer The Odd Gentlemen has revealed that fantasy author Neil Gaiman's ghostly game Wayward Manor will be out on July 15 for Windows PC and Mac, and will be available via Steam and the Humble Store.
"We’ve been working day and night to make sure Wayward Manor is the best game it can be," write the team on their blog page. "This ultimately meant making the tough decision to delay the game. After adding more puzzles, an extra level of polish, and maybe even some paranormal surprises; we’re finally ready to announce a release date for Wayward Manor. You’ll get to scare the Budds on July 15, 2014."
Wayward Manor casts players as a ghost living in a 1920's mansion, who's trying to get rid of some unwelcome human guests. You've got to use your ghostly ingenuity to spook them into leaving.
The Odd Gentlemen created the game alongside best-selling fantasy author Neil Gaiman. It's the Coraline and American Gods writer's first foray into video games.
When July 15 comes around you'll be able to grab Wayward Manor from Steam or the Humble Store.